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F→E→B bundle with B,E,F hyperbolic: possible?

It would be interesting to me obtain an answer to the following easy to state question: Does there exist a (smooth) fibre bundle $\pi\colon E\rightarrow B$ with typical fibre $F$ such that $E$, $B$ ...
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A construction of generators of discrete subgroups of SL(2,R)

I know about geometrical method of construction of discrete subgroups of $SL(2,\mathbb{R})$ using Lobachevsky plane (e.g. B.A. Dubrovin, A.T. Fomenko, S.P. Novikov, Modern Geometry --- Methods and ...
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Quasiconformal harmonic extension of a quasi-symmetric map on $S^1$

Hello ,we know that for given $h:S^1\to S^1$, we can solve the Dirichlet problem on $\bar{D} $ with the boundary value $h$ and in fact this extension, which is the complex harmonic extension $H=E(h) $ ...
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Boundary defining functions for hyperbolic surfaces

Let $M$ be a geometrically finite hyperbolic surface with one cuspidal end and one funnel end so that it can be divided into $C \cup K \cup F$ where $C$ is the cusp, $F$ the funnel and $K$ the ...
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Definition of k -quasisymmetric maps on S^1

I know the definition of k -quasi-symmetric maps $f$ on $R$,it is there exists $k>0$ such that $\frac{1}{k}\leq\frac{f(x+t)-f(x)}{f(x)-f(x-t)} \leq k \forall x,t\in R.$ So I just want to ...
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Capacity of Balls in Hyperbolic Space

Given $M$ a Riemannian manifold and $\Omega\subset M$ the capacity of $\Omega$ is defined as $$ \mathrm{cap}(\Omega)=\inf \int_{M\setminus\Omega}{|\mathrm{grad} \varphi|^2 dV} $$ where $\varphi$ ...
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Is there a concept of Combined Teichmuller space for surfaces with both geodesic boundary and punctures/cusps

If we take a sequence of compact hyperbolic Riemann surface with k geodesic boundary components such that the lengths of the geodesic boundary components go to zero, then in the "limit", we should get ...
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Gromov's Hyperbolicity and Positive Cheeger Constant in Planar Graphs

It is known that for metric graphs the concepts of Gromov's hyperbolicity and strictly positive Cheeger constant are related. Let us first recall the definition of the Cheeger constant. Let $G$ be a ...
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Subgroup structure of $\mathrm{SO}(1,n)_0$

A classification (up to conjugacy) of all closed subgroups of the (identity component of the) Lorentz group $\mathrm{SO}(1,3)_0$ in terms of the subalgebras of its Lie algebra was given in R. Shaw. ...
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Fundamental groups of closed hyperbolic 3-manifolds are freely indecomposable

I believe the following statement is true, and I've even seen it referenced here. Could someone point me to a proof? The fundamental group of a closed hyperbolic 3-manifold is not a free product. ...
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A quick question about Farb-Margalit's book on MCG's proof on Teichmuller's existence theorem

Hello, I was studying Farb-Margalit's " A Primer on MCG " for Teichmuller's existence theorem. On P. 347, proposition 11.14, they proved $ \omega : QD_1(X) -> Teich ( S_g) $ is proper, which, ...
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Connectedness of the thick part of a hyperbolic manifold?

In a solution to a recent post : Fundamental group of a thick part of hyperbolic manifold, Igor Belegradek makes this claim that the thick part of a hyperbolic manifold is connected. To me it seems ...
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Fundamental group of a thick part of hyperbolic manifold

Let $M$ be a complete hyperbolic manifold of dimension $n$, let $\varepsilon=\varepsilon_n$ be the Margulis constant. Let $M_{[\varepsilon,\infty)}$ be the thick part of $M$ with respect to ...
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Good references for Hyperbolic and parabolic annuli

I want to understand the geometry of the Hyperbolic annuli (Hyperbolic plane quoteinted by the group generated by $z\mapsto rz$ for a fixed $r$) and parabolic annuli (Hyperbolic plane quoteinted by ...
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Can we prove $ Aut(S_g) , g \geq 2 $ is finite in the following way ?

I was trying to prove that $ Aut( S_g $), g$ \geq 2 $ [ orientation preserving isometries ] is finite in the following way : For fixed $M $ ( positive ) there are finitely many , say $ k $ number of ...
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Some basic questions about the proof of Teichmuller's uniqueness theorem

Hello , I was studying the proof of Teichmuller's uniqueness theorem from the note/book " A Primer on Mapping Class Groups " by Farb-Margalit and I got struck at a couple of points, mainly because I ...
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invariant 2-form in hyperbolic 3-space

Hello all As is probably well-known to most, in the upper halfplane we have a natural action of $SL_2(\mathbb{R})$ through linear fractional transformations, and a $2$-form $\frac{dx dy}{y^2}$ which ...
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Detecting a cover of the figure-8 knot complement

I have a specific concrete example of a complete, finite volume, cusped hyperbolic 3-manifold $M$, and I am trying to determine whether or not $M$ is a cover of the figure-8 knot complement (call this ...
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Why a non-simple geodesic in a Y-piece is NOT homotopic to a common perpendicular to the geodesic boundaries ?

This is a basic question, still I dare to ask : Let Y be the Y-piece with geodesic boundaries A,B, C and ( if possible ) c the non simple geodesic from A to B intersecting itself at a point p. I want ...
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Homeomorphism between the boundary of the Poincare disc S1 and its Gromov Boundary

Given the Poincare Disc $D$ and its ideal boundary $S^{1}$, I want to construct a homeomorphism between $S^{1}$ and the gromov boundary of $D$, $\partial D$, of equivalence classes of geodesics given ...
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Figure eight geodesic on a pair of pants/Y-piece

Consider a figure-eight geodesic $\delta $( geodesic with exactly one self-intersection point at p ) on a pair of pants Y with three geodesic boundaries $ \gamma_i$ and three perpendiculars between ...
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Translation surfaces

I know that this definitely have some sort of reference out there, but I did not find any wikipidea page for it or any introductory Mathematical article about it . I just want definition and concrete ...
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Generalizations of Belyi's theorem

Belyi's theorem states that the following properties of a nonsingular projective algebraic curve $X$ are equivalent: 1) $X$ is defined over $\overline{\mathbb{Q}};$ 2) There exists a meromorphic ...
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Conformal Mappings for hyperbolic polygon

I am searching for a conformal mapping from the upper halfplane onto a hyperbolic polygon, i.e. the sides of the polygon have to be geodesics. The classical Schwarz Christoffel theorem does the job ...
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Bolyai's construction

Here is Bolyai's construction (in Klein model), which I learned recently from answer of Will Jagy to this question. It is a Compass-and-straightedge construction of asymptotically parallel line in ...
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Length of shortest geodesic and Cheeger's isoperimetric constant for a special genus 2 surface

Let us take two copies of $ Y $-pieces [ or pair of pants ] with each boundary geodesic of length $ l $, and glue them together without any twisting to obtain a genus 2 closed orientable hyperbolic ...
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ideal triangles in a punctured torus

I googled it and wikipidead it too : but apparently there is no definition of an ideal triangle on a punctured torus ( i.e a compact [ hyperbolic ] surface with one genus and one boundary component, ...
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Is there a ruler and compass construction of the common perpendicular of two geodesics in H^3?

Assume we have two geodesics in the Poincaré ball model of $\mathbb{H}^3$, viewed as arcs intersecting the boundary of and contained in the Euclidean unit sphere in $\mathbb{R}^3$. Is there a ruler ...
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Is the cut locus of a generic point in a hyperbolic manifold a generic polyhedron?

Let $p\in M$ be a point in a closed riemannian manifold $M$. Recall that the cut locus of $p$ is the subset of $M$ consisting of all points that are connected to $p$ by at least 2 distance-minimizing ...
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Is the spectrum of closed geodesics in a closed hyperbolic 3-manifold asymptotically homogeneously dense?

It seems to me that the results in this important paper of Kahn-Markovich imply the following fact. Let $M^3$ be any closed hyperbolic 3-manifold. For every $\epsilon > 0$ there is a natural number ...
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Books for hyperbolic geometry ( surfaces ) with exercises ?

Hello, what are good books on hyperbolic geometry/hyperbolic surfaces that have good number of exercises, just to get a good understanding of the literature . I know John Ratcliffe's book will be one ...
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How many pants decompositions for a given hyperbolic surface with a given hyperbolic metric

Given a hyperbolic surface of genus g ( >= 2 )and given a fixed metric on it, how many pants decompositions exist for that surface? I tend to believe that it is finite ? For example, if we take a ...
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Questions about hyperbolic structures on a sphere with cone point singularities

How exactly do we put hyperbolic structures on a sphere with cone point singularities. Should I consider that sphere with cone points as an extended complex plane with punctures endowed with a ...
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Does a compact negatively curved manfiold of dimension 4 admit a cover of finite degree?

A $3$-dimensional compact manifold of negative sectional curvature admits (by geometrisation?) a metric of curvature $-1$, and so its fundamental group has subgroups of finite index. I wonder if an ...
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Existence of finite index torsion free subgroups of hyperbolic groups

Question. Is it true that each infinite hyperbolic group has a torsion free subgroup of finite index? Are there counterexamples, or positive results for some large subclasses of hyperbolic groups? ...
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Why do strongly irreducible Heegaard surfaces look like fibers?

I remember hearing somewhere that strongly irreducible Heegaard surfaces in hyperbolic 3-manifolds "look like" fibers. I know that Otal's result about short geodesics in hyperbolic mapping tori being ...
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fundamental domains for free fuchsian group.

I try to understand some of the topology of the space of pointed non-compact hyperbolic surfaces (with the pointed Gromov-Hausdorff topology). It is known that the fundamental group of a non-compact ...
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Is there an explicit bound on the number of tetrahedra needed to triangulate a hyperbolic 3-manifold of volume V?

Is there an explicit bound on the number of tetrahedra needed to triangulate a hyperbolic 3-manifold of volume $V$? Or more generally a hyperbolic $n$-manifold of volume $V$?
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The number of cusps of higher-dimensional hyperbolic manifolds

Suppose $n$ is an integer greater than 3. Sometimes ago I heard somewhere that it is still not known if there exist complete finite-volume hyperbolic $n$-manifolds having exactly one cusp. Could ...
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Finite dimensional spherical representation of $SO(n,1)(\mathbb{R})$

I'm looking for an explicit description of all the finite dimensional irreducible representation of the Lie group $SO(n,1)(\mathbb{R})$. Can you tell me, where I can find this description ? Thank you. ...
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altering curvature on a tessellation representation of a compact surface

I have been reading about tessellation representations of compact surfaces, such as how the square tiling the plane represents the torus. For surfaces of genus > 1 (the ones that interest me), we ...
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Straight line on the Poincare disk hitting points almost everywhere

Consider the tiling of the Poincare disk $\mathbb{D}$ by identified octagons (i.e., representing a torus with genus 2). Suppose inside each octagon is a subset A such that the octagon minus A is a ...
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Poincaré disk model: is this locus a known curve?

Please, consider a line segment $AB$ in the Poincaré disk model. Now, consider the set $S$ of all point $P$ in the disk such that the angle $\angle APB$ is constant. Question: is $S$ a known curve? ...
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Pythagorean Theorem for Right-Corner Hyperbolic Simplices?

My answer to the "Favorite Equations" question was the Pythagorean Theorem for Right-Corner Tetrahedra: Euclidean: $A^2+B^2+C^2=D^2$ Hyperbolic: ...
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Books that discuss spectral graph theory and its connection to eigenvalue problems in hyperbolic geometry

Hello, Could you name a couple of books or downloadable lecture notes that discuss spectral graph theory and its connection to spectral problems in hyperbolic Riemann surfaces ? You could also ...
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Rotation part of short geodesics in hyperbolic mapping tori

Otal [Sur le nouage des géodésiques dans les variétés hyperboliques. C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris Sér. I Math. 320 (1995), no. 7, 847--852.] showed that "short" simple closed geodesics in 3-dimensional ...
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Points at twice the distance from (-1, 0) that they are from (1, 0) in hyperbolic geometry [closed]

In answer to the question Demystifying complex numbers, Charles Matthews suggests "finding the points at twice the distance from (-1, 0) that they are from (1, 0)." as a motivation for complex ...
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The smallest Laplace-Beltrami eigenvalue on hyperbolic surfaces

For $g\geq 2$, let $M_g$ be the moduli space of genus $g$ hyperbolic surfaces, and let $\lambda_1(S_x): M_g \to \mathbb{R}$ be the smallest eigenvalue of the Laplace-Beltrami operator on the surface ...
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Examples of compact hyperbolic surfaces/manifolds with very small or very large eigenvalues

Hello, Is there any general ways to construct compact hyperbolic 2-manifolds with very small or very large eigenvalues ? Also, as a special case, can we construct a sequence of compact hyperbolic ...
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Hyperbolic structure on surfaces with boundary

I have following two questions 1) Let $S$ be a compact oriented surface with (non-empty) boundary. Also assume that the Euler characteristic of $S$ is negative (Thus, $S$ is not disk or annulus). ...